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    Thread: Owl Bet You Get A Hoot Out of This Thread...

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      Owl Bet You Get A Hoot Out of This Thread...

      So I was just asked in chat to make a thread for owls.

      And of course, N8 is to contribute too.

      As I do this, I am realizing how many owl encounters and photo-ops I have had through the years. WOW!

      So here is a start (in no particular order)...


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      Toss the male in, take him out of the water dish in bolus form the next day.

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      Stunning pictures. You're so lucky to have had the opportunity to take these.

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      Thanks Tg. And I have a lot more where these came from.

      Here is some of my Great Horned Owl Collection. More or less in reverse order.

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      BTW, that's a rabbit's foot in that one's mouth. Not so lucky for the rabbit.

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      I love the Burrowing Owl! He is so cute! I love the way his head is turned!

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      Here are some of my owl pics...
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      Some more Great Horned Owl pics as some Snowy Owl pics.

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      Great thread with awesome photos of some beautiful owls y'all! Thank you
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